F-ra Capitullum Radii L.Dex. – A Case report

Idrizovikj, Merima and Jovevska, Svetlana (2015) F-ra Capitullum Radii L.Dex. – A Case report. In: International symposium at Faculty of Medical Sciences: Current achievements and future perspectives in medical and biomedical research, 24 Nov 2015, Stip, Macedonia.


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Introduction: Fractures are common joint injuries that can occur in any age group. Case report: This case report is a presentation of a mechanical injury in a bicycle fall where the fracture occurs on the head of the right radius in a male person aged 27 years. The patient was admitted to the hospital with pain, swelling and loss of function of the right hand. Reposition and operation were performed by placing osteosynthetic material and plaster immobilization. An osteosynthetic material - a pin was inserted in order to connect the radius with the ulna. The patient was treated with electrotherapy and kinesiotherapy for two months. Electrotherapy with low frequency interference currents and magnetic therapy was also applied. Kynesiotherapy with active and active assisted exercises of moderate dose were used until the metal was removed. Physical therapy continued to be used after the removal of the metal. In addition, the patient was treated with electro-ultrasound in low doses of 0.3 w in cm2, and electrophoresis (EF) with potassium iodide (KI), which is placed on a positive electrode and inserted in the skin and subcutaneous tissue using galvanic current, thus stimulating the creation of callus. The kinesiotherapy with active and active assisted exercises also continued to be used, now with increased resistance. Exercises for strengthening the muscles by using a ball, dumbbells, bands with different resistance were also introduced. The function returned to normal in two months. Conclusion: Physiotherapy, especially kinesiotherapy, is of great importance in restoring the functional status of the patient.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: fracture, joint, surgery, kinesiotherapy
Subjects: Medical and Health Sciences > Clinical medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medical Science
Depositing User: Svetlana Jovevska
Date Deposited: 25 Jan 2016 11:09
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2016 11:09
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/14966

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